Tourer, saloon, sports saloon, drophead coupé, 7-seater saloon, limousine, landaulette.
For all the name-change, it's still just an updated Wizard with the same four-bearing engine and Bendix brakes, now with vee-grille, synchromesh, and free wheels on de luxe versions. Long-chassis seven-seaters are all 20/70s, and '35s recognisable by their painted radiator shells. Scotland Yard used 20/70 tourers and so did British film studios - remember old BXE 113?
- 2110cc/2810cc (S6 SV)
- Front engine, rear-wheel drive
- Production dates:
- 1934 to 1935
- Number produced: